The show was scheduled to go ahead tonight in Rutherglen.
The boys are back in town.
And there’s a bunch of throwback acts
Barnesy and co. have well and truly gotten the band back together.
Give dad a ring.
Cold Chisel are “putting the band back together”.
They’re back, and they’re about to let one rip.
“Only 7 of the songs featured female performers. 3 of those songs were by The Divinyls. “
The Living End tackle Chisel, The Delta Riggs cover Tame Impala, San Cisco does Courtney Barnett & more.
Courtney and Kev continue their domination of Aus music.
The Cold Chisel frontman “is a singer, not a celebrity” he says.
The weather is getting warmer and that can only mean one thing: the apocalypse is upon us an Aussie summer full of top-notch tours from some of the world’s most-loved acts is right around the corner. Australia has already had its pick of big-name tours this year, but there are nine upcoming national jaunts which
That distant “YAAAAAAAAS” you hear reverberating around the country right now, is us here at Music Feeds frothin’ on the fact that winter is pissing off and summer, with its delectable bevy of live music offerings, is just round the corner. To celebrate the greatest Aussie season for gigs since… well last summer really, Music
Aussie rockers Cold Chisel have given fans the first taste of their forthcoming new album, The Perfect Crime. Debuting brand-new song Lost and its accompanying music video, the group have also added extra shows to their upcoming One Night Stand Tour. Lost (below) is the first single to be lifted from The Perfect Crime, and
Iconic Aussie rock band Grinspoon, who broke your Chemical Heart back in December 2013 announcing an indefinite hiatus, will be reuniting for a string of shows later this year, supporting Cold Chisel. With seven albums, 13 ARIA nominations and well over 1,000 shows from their 18-year stint, the group were originally discovered in the first
Aussie rock icon Jimmy Barnes has spoken out against anti-Islam and anti-immigration group Reclaim Australia, who played Cold Chisel music at protest rallies in major cities earlier this month. In a statement, shared to Facebook, Barnes says he is aware that groups like Reclaim Australia have used his songs “as their anthems at rallies” and
Cold Chisel have announced a second show as part of their Last Stand gigs which will mark the final Aussie performances at Sydney’s Qantas Credit Union Arena (known to many as Sydney Entertainment Centre) which is set to be demolished as part of the Darling Harbour refurbishment. Due to high demand the band will play
Cold Chisel have today been announced as the band given the honours of performing the last ever Aussie gig at Sydney’s Qantas Credit Union Arena (or as only true ’90s kids know it, the former Sydney Entertainment Centre) before it gets all blowed up as part of the Darling Harbour refurbishment. The iconic Aussie rock
Aussie rock royalty Cold Chisel have just announced a one-off show which will mark their first live outing together in nearly three years. The Jimmy Barnes-fronted band will play what’s described as an “intimate” show at Canberra’s 2500-capacity Royal Theatre next month. It will act as a warm-up for their huge headline set at Adelaide’s